Grub booting without giving option to select kernel or Windows

Hi all,

I’m a noob so please forgive the question, but until a recent update whenever I turned my laptop on I was given a grub option to select Manjaro, Manjaro settings (in which I could choose the kernel) or Windows (I’m dual booting). That option seems to have disappeared now and it autoboots into Manjaro. I can boot into Windows by going into the BIOS but I’m not sure how I change the manjaro kernel. Any ideas? I downloaded grub-customizer but I’m afraid I don’t know how to use it.


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Hi @watdryhope,

Good. You can just as well remove it again.

To get grub back, look here: Windows 10 has disappeared from GRUB menu - #6 by Pyotrech

To get the menu back,right after you’ve inserted GRUB_DISABLE_OS_PROBER=false and while you’re editing /etc/default/grub, change GRUB_TIMEOUT_STYLE from




Then save and exit and

sudo update-grub

Then hold your thumbs, cross your heart and reboot


Hope this helps!


That worked. Ty!

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